Ethical Issues in Human Reproduction: Waiting for the Warnock Report
Lancet. 1984 Jun 2; 1(8388): 1250.
With the Warnock committee's report on controversial reproductive technologies due at the end of June, British legislators--as well as physicians and the news media--are gearing up for debate over surrogate motherhood, in vitro fertilization, research on human embryos, and related issues. Health Minister Kenneth Clarke expects that major new legislation regulating reproductive technologies will eventually emerge from Parliament, but it is likely to be at least a year before any government bill materializes. (KIE abstract)
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Deitch, Rodney (1984-06-02)
Deitch, Rodney. (1984-07-28)A long public debate is expected before any legislation will result from Britain's Warnock Committee report on human fertilization and embryology. Battle lines are being drawn in Parliament by the Pro-Life Group, ...
Deitch, Rodney (1984-07-28)